Pueblo of Isletas pottery artist Rowan Harrison will exhibiting his artwork that inspires his pottery designs. Rowan is an active presenter at the Satwiwa Native American Indian Culture Center, where he provides various workshops throughout the year inspiring visitors of pottery art and connecting ancient indigenous methods of hand coiled pottery making.
The culture center is open Saturdays and Sundays from 9am to 5pm, if you are interested in visiting the exhibit.
From the 1940s to 1974 the park was known as Century Ranch where movies and TV shows were filmed under the ownership of 20th Century Fox. Join a docent for a 3 mile moderate hike to visit locations from Planet of the Apes to that of Elvis Presley’s first movie. Meet in the lower parking lot. Parking fee: $3 an hour. $12 maximum. Dogs not permitted on trails. Rain cancels.
Find your center in the outdoors! Join instructors Greg and Dawn for a unique outdoor yoga experience with live acoustic music. All skill levels are welcome. Please bring your own yoga mat; a limited number of mats will be available for first timers.
This is a free event with free parking. Reservations are required. For reservations, visit this webpage. For more information about this event, email email@example.com or call 805-370-2302.
In the event of rain, Yoga on the Mountain will be canceled.
Our Sunday walks are easy, informative, and fun. No birdwatching expertise is required. Binoculars are (almost) a must — loaners are available if you contact the walk leader in advance. The Reserve contains a lake that is home to spectacular water birds and the Reserve hosts migrating birds as well as local residents.
More information, pictures, directions, accurate map, contacts at www.sfvaudubon.org/events.
RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Two workshops available! Use EventBrite link to sign up for each workshop.
Hupa Native Kat High will present two workshops on how to make yucca cordage bracelets from scratch. The morning workshop starts promptly at 10am, and the second workshop will begin at 1pm. Be ready to get a little messy, as making cordage requires to soak the materials in water and strain the juices out of the plant. Limited materials provided. Recommended for ages 10 and up. Please be on time.
To sign up for a work shop follow the links below:
For directions to the Culture Center you may call the main Visitor Center at 805-370-2301. The Visitor Center is open 7 days a week from 9am to 5pm. In addition, please see the map below. Be aware there is a short walk from the Main Parking area to the Culture Center.
Moderately paced 4 mile, 800 ft gain hike up a fire road and then down into hidden Red Rock Canyon with bright brick red rock formations. Seasonal streams, good views, chaparral and sage habitats. Meet 8:30 AM at Stunt Road trailhead. From 101 Ventura Fwy take Valley Circle/Mulholland Dr exit south, turn right on Valmar Rd (becomes Old Topanga Cyn Rd), right on Mulholland Hwy for 3½ miles, left on Stunt Rd for 1 mile, park on dirt shoulder on right. Bring water, snack, lugsoles, hat, sunscreen. Rain cancels.
Bring your binoculars, bird guide, and/or camera and join us for an easy bird walk around the grounds of King Gillette Ranch. This area attracts many songbirds, water birds, woodpeckers, and raptors and we are always treated to something interesting. Kids are welcome and the walk is less than a mile at a very easy pace as we stop often to observe the birds.
We leave promptly at 8:30 from the flagpole. Heavy rain cancels (but I will be there for anyone who wants to walk in it!). See you there!
Please RSVP through: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/volunteer-opportunity-at-yerba-mansa-meadow-tickets-86287019799